Winga of Insta360 showcases the incredible capability of the Flow, an AI smartphone stabilizer that helps him film stunning stop motion shots.
Peter Quinn used an Insta360 camera to shoot Weezer's "What Happens After You?" to get many versions of Rivers Cuomo in the same frame.
Jake Watson of Corridor Digital put an Insta360 Go3 camera on the collar of his farm cat Junior to see life through a feline's eyes.
A little girl named Jette, who lives in Sydney, Australia, offered up her honest opinion of New York City while wearing an Insta360 camera.
Zimy Da Kid inadvertently captured amazing 360° footage of the inside of the mouth of the tiger shark who tasted his camera.
Tom's Guide attached an Insta360 camera to their cat’s collar to get a firsthand look at the outside world as seen through a cat's eyes.
Wolfpack Adventures shot POV footage as he rode the steep trails of Green Hill Bike Park with an Insta360 camera on the front of his bike.
Drone Recreates Pivotal ‘Interstellar’ Docking Scene While Screwing a Light Bulb Into a Ceiling Fixture
Insta360 used a drone to screw in a light bulb on a ceiling fixture recreating the pivotal docking scene from "Interstellar".
San Francisco filmmaker Jesse Chandler sent his drone aloft to capture a stunning overhead view of the lights and sights of Burning Man 2022.
Matt Mikka put both a GoPro and a dive case enclosed Insta360 camera inside a dishwasher to capture what happens during a full cycle.